This section of our site is presented as public information by Georgia Funeral Directors Association.
We hope this information helps you gain an understanding of the funeral and grief process. We also hope to provide basic information
that can help families deal with the closure of significant relationships in their lives - emotionally, psychologically and spiritually.
For many families, finding the right funeral home can be a difficult process. Let the Georgia Funeral Directors Association help you search for the best funeral homes in your area.
Funeral pre-planning allows consumers to protect their loved ones while simultaneously creating a funeral that meets their distinctive needs. This section covers the benefits and processes of funeral pre-planning.
As you plan a funeral for your loved one, you may find yourself confused by all the funeral service options. These are the most important things you need to know about making funeral arrangements.
Georgia law outlines who can implement final disposition. It ranks, in the exact order of kinship or relationship to the deceased, who has the right to make decisions regarding the final disposition of a deceased person.
Honoring a loved one's life through a thoughtfully planned tribute provides a meaningful way for family and friends to reflect on the life of their loved one, support one another and begin the process of grieving.
Meaningful memorialization of a loved one’s passing can transform, heal, and comfort us. It highlights our loved ones’ sacrifices, reminds us of the things that they value, and inspires us with their life stories.
The Funeral Service Foundation created this video in collaboration with funeral service professionals and grief and bereavement experts committed to helping families and caregivers understand the role funerals and memorialization play in the lives of the youth.
Funeral Establishments and funeral directors in Georgia are licensed by the Georgia Board of Funeral Service.